Retailer Marks & Spencer has announced that Ian Dyson, its finance director-elect, will start on the 27 June.
M&S announced Dyson’s appointment earlier this year, after Alison Reed was pushed aside.
Dyson looks set to find himself at the centre of a boardroom battle at the retailer when he arrives. Reports have suggested that senior non-executive Kevin Lomax wants to get rid of chairman Paul Myners.
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